Mary Catherine “Catherine” FLEISHMAN–
- Mary Catherine “Catherine” FLEISHMAN
- Given names
- Mary Catherine
| Birth of a son|
|Marriage of a child||Adam BROYLES — Mary … — View this family|
Note: 17 Jun 1756 - Adam Broyl and wife Mary sell 150 acres to Nicholas Broyl. This was the land bought in 1754 in Culpepper Co VA. They also sold land to his brother Mattias Broyles and the deed named Mary as Adam's wife.
|Death of a husband||Hans Jacob BROYLES|
May 18, 1763
|Death of a son||Adam BROYLES|
Note: Conrad Wilhite witnessed the following will in Washington Co, TN: Adam Broyles, 19 April, 1782 sick of body; to Moses Broyles, my first born son, land, out of that bought of Joseph Ballard, on the south side of Little Limestone; to my sons Aron and Joshua Broyles, the land I now live; to my daughter Mille Panther, land bought of George Doherty to Minna Broyles; my daughter Mary Broyles; my daughter Anne Brown, negros and Kentucky land to be divided. Executors: my friends Joseph Brown, Moses Broyles and William Moore. Witnesses: John (X) Waddile, Conrad Willhight. Matthias (X) Broyles.
|Family with Hans Jacob BROYLES|
Hans Jacob BROYLES
Birth: March 26, 1705 — Otisheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Death: May 18, 1763 — Spotsylvania (Culpeper/Madison) VA
Birth: 1728 — Spotsylvania Virginia
Death: 1782 — Washington Co TN
Mary Catherine's surname has not been rigorously proved but has been generally conceded to be Fleishman.
It is likely that Catherine was the daughter of Ziriakus Fleishman since a deed 0f 156 acres in 1832 from Fleishman to Jacob and Mary Catherine imply it was a gift.